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Korean language resources



Korean is spoken on a daily basis in: North Korea, South Korea

Encyclopedia resources on Korean
Korean language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of English words of Korean origin List of Korea-related topics [ edit ] External links Korean language edition of Wikipedia Wikibooks has more about this subject: Korean Let's Learn Korean at KBS WORLD ...

Category:Korean language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are 2 subcategories to this category. E Korean terms K Korean language romanization Articles in category "Korean language" There are 39 articles in this section of this category. A Altaic hypothesis C CJK ...

Korean people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The main language of the Korean people is the Korean language , which uses hangul as its writing system, and also occasionally uses hanja . There are around 71 million speakers of the Korean language ...

South Korea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
South Korea's national language is Korean . As with Japanese , with which it shares some grammatical features, Korean is sometimes called an isolate, and sometimes an Altaic language . Like Japanese and ...

Korean name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_name " Categories : Names by culture | Korean names | Korean language Views Article Discussion Edit this page History Personal tools Sign in / create account Navigation Main Page ...

Japanese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...languages spoken by historic cultures in what are now the Korean peninsula and Manchuria . The best attested of these is the language of Goguryeo (a.k.a. Koguryo), with the more poorly-attested languages ...

Hangul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...to their environment, and fell into "harmonic" groups. This affected the morphology of the language, and Korean phonology described it in terms of yin and yang : If a word had yang ('bright') vowels, then ...

Korea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...northeast. It is populated by a homogeneous ethnic group, the Koreans , who speak a distinct language ( Korean ). Korea was partitioned into two halves following World War II . South Korea, supported by the ...

Revised romanization of Korean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Korean: 국어? 로마? 표기법; 國語? 로마字 表記法) is the official Korean language romanization system in South Korea . The system was released by South Korean authorities in 2000 and ...

Hanja - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...and exclude caused heated debates prior to and after the 2000 promulgation. In Korean language and Korean studies programs at universities around the world, a sample of Hanja is typically a requirement ...



Academic resources on Korean
Yamada Language Center: Korean WWW Guide
David Eisenberg made learning Korean very easy! This site contains sound player for pronunciation! You can learn Korean alphabet, basic conversational phrases, basic vocabulary ...

Yamada Language Center: Korean Fonts
Mac Korean is a bit-mapped suitcase that contains the fonts named Inchon, KSL, Pusan and Seoul. With these fonts you can write in Korean without the Korean Language Kit or HanTalk. [Thanks to S ...

http://www.hawaii.edu/korea/
The University of Hawai‘i Center for Korean Studies was established in 1972 to support and coordinate the activities of students and faculty with Korea-related teaching and ...

Korean NLP at Penn Home Page
Description of Korean XTAG Project and MT project and Treebank project at the University of Pennsylvania. KOREAN NLP AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Korean forms one of the major languages in ...

http://ee.tamu.edu/~skjo/ibook/cover.html
Issues in Korean Business Law . Appointed Legal Advisor to the Korean Ministry of National Unification on North Korean light water reactor project. Member of Korean Ministry of Justice New Round Legal ...

Center for Korean Legal Studies
Issues in Korean Business Law . Appointed Legal Advisor to the Korean Ministry of National Unification on North Korean light water reactor project. Member of Korean Ministry of Justice New Round Legal ...

Adventist Churches Online: Korean
Worldwide - Korean Language Pages The church pages are listed according to language for easier reading. We would love to Add every SDA church that has its own page. Visit a new Adventist Church every ...

UCLA Center for Korean Studies
Welcome to the UCLA Center for Korean Studies Home Page. Programs, events, and Korean Studies Information. Home Mission Faculty and Staff Event Calendar Academic Programs Exchange Programs Library Resources ...

Committee on Korean Studies: Home
Welcome to the official homepage of the Committee on Korean Studies (CKS), a committee of the Association of Asian Studies under the auspices of the Northeast Asia Council. Current News New ...

UMass Amherst Library Catalog
...opening page for UMass Amherst WebPac library catalog Search and Display in Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. Library Homepages Library Homepages



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Government resources on Korean
Korean War Veterans Memorial (National Park Service)
...and jobs - and to a country long reluctant to view the Korean War as something to memorialize. But to the men and women who served, the Korean War could never be a forgotten war. The passing of more ...

Korean War Veterans Memorial Home Page
THE KOREAN WAR VETERANS MEMORIAL June 25, 1950 the 38th Parallel marked the beginning of a war that was to be like no other. Many years have passed since the end ...

NARA - Research - Main Page
Help Us Recover Lost and Stolen Documents Often-Requested Records Online WWII & Korean War Casualty Lists Dawes & Guion Miller Rolls Photos of Native Americans & by Ansel Adams Plan Your Research Trip ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Korea, South
...of the Korean Peninsula while a Communist-style government was installed in the north. During the Korean War (1950-53), US and other UN forces intervened to defend South Korea from North Korean ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Korea, North
...with the northern half coming under Soviet-sponsored Communist domination. After failing in the Korean War (1950-53) to conquer the US-backed republic in the southern portion by force, North Korea ...

Korean Bibliography (referral page)
...to a new address as part of an reorganization of the html under the misc directory See the Korean Bibliography at - http://lcweb2.loc.gov/misc/korhtml/. Please update your bookmarks and links as ...

FCIC - Multilanguage Gateway
Korean Laotian Polish Portuguese Punjabi Russian Samoan Spanish Tagalog Thai Ukrainian Vietnamese Albanian Small Business Administration (SBA) • Online Women’s Business Center Arabic Department of Labor (DOL ...

http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/pdf/vrform_KO.pdf
Type the last name, a comma, a space, and the first name or initial of the Korean War Veteran you would like to find, then click the Search button. Note: The search window above must NOT be blank ...

American Battle Monuments Commission
Type the last name, a comma, a space, and the first name or initial of the Korean War Veteran you would like to find, then click the Search button. Note: The search window above must NOT be blank ...

Rhode Island Judiciary - Homepage
Korean Russian Any questions or problems with this website please contact webmaster at [email protected] There have been 483923 ...



".org" resources on Korean
Korean War Project
The Korean War Project is a Non-Profit Corporation devoted to the study of the Korean War. Korean War Project Enter Here Newsletter November 30 2005 Urgent Fund Raising Drive The Korean War ...

Korean Traditional Archery
Dedicated to the art of Korean traditional archery. ATARN Horse Archery Updated Article Korean Archery Demo--ETAR 2002 Korean Archery FAQ Korean Archery Equip Korean Repeating Crossbow Benefit 4 Kids ...

Korean American Coalition DC Area Chapter: www.KACDC.org
...which monitors and disseminates information regarding legislation and policies impacting all Korean Americans naionwide KAC-DC’s 5th Annual ...

Korean Quarterly Home
Korean Quarterly is a non-profit/volunteer publication created by and for the Korean American community, including adopted Koreans and their families, 1.5/2nd generation Korean Americans and bi-racial ...

Korean Focus
Korean Focus is a Washington, DC area organization that offers information, support, and friendship to families with an interest in Korean culture and the Korean American community. Korean Focus Korean ...

Welcome to KoreanWiz.org
Koreans who have become addicted to Korean TV dramas (myself included). For those of you with an insatiable need to learn more about Korean dramas and Korean culture, this website is made especially ...

Koreanfilm.org - Movie reviews, news, actor info and more from Korea
Korean TV Dramas Festival Reports Books about Korean Cinema Bibliography Contacts for Film Companies Korean Cinema Clubs Darcy's Articles in Print Subtitled Screenings in Korea My Wife's DVD Shop - Other Links ...

Korean Actors and Actresses (Page 1)
The above names are indexed according to the Korean alphabet. Korean names are generally not transcribed according to one agreed-upon system. Therefore you may find the same person's name spelled in ...

Korean War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Military history of the United Kingdom Military history of the United States Battles of the Korean War The Korean War , from June 25 , 1950 to cease-fire on July 27 , 1953 (technically speaking, the war has ...

FreeBSD Ports: Korean
9.2_1 , m4-1.4.4 Also listed in: Irc ko-FreeWnn-lib-1.1.1.a021 A Japanese/Chinese/Korean input method (Korean client libraries) Long description | Sources | Main Web Site Maintained by: [email protected] ...



Commercial resources on Korean

The Korean language (???/???, see below) is the official language of both North and South Korea. The language is also one of the two official languages (the other is Standard Mandarin) in neighbouring Yanbian, China. Worldwide, there are around 80 million Korean speakers, including large groups in the former Soviet Union, China, Australia, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, and more recently, the Philippines.

The genealogical classification of Korean is debated. Many linguists place it in the Altaic language family; some others consider it to be a language isolate. Korean is agglutinative in its morphology and SOV in its syntax. Like Japanese and Vietnamese, Korean has borrowed much vocabulary from Chinese or created vocabulary on Chinese models.

This article is mainly about the spoken Korean language. See Hangul for details on the native Korean writing system.


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